Tuesday, February 17, 2015


February 16th, 2015

While the signals may or may not have returned to normal as quickly as I thought in the last entry, it seems that they returned to normal yesterday and this evening, more or less  – as far as I can tell; with neither being overly impressive in strength, however.  But it is unusual to hear both of the saints loudly and clearly at the same spot and at the same time.  I don’t recall such a scenario – but it could just be a directional sort of thing that I haven’t encountered in the past.  Maybe by the end of the year I will try to get some real equipment. 



Friday, February 13, 2015

Interesting Times?

February 13th, 2015.

This latest on-going scenario could well prove to be of interest (on-going as of last night anyhow).  But I’m not sure because it all could have been a directional thing.  I am also not sure where the high pressure system is actually located so not sure which way the winds may have been blowing when I checked last night.  But SD seemed particularly weak – though maybe not excessively weak.  With the high pressure overhead or slightly to the east, this would seem as though it should not be the case.  But SB was relatively strong, so it could all have been a result of the location of the passing high pressure system.  So again, it could all be a result of a directional force.  Otherwise, this could prove to be an interesting scenario – but not sure with the odd weather systems already over the Heartland.  Either way, I’ll go listen again this evening. 

But alas, in the interim between the above paragraph and this one, I went to listen from a less-than-desirable listening point and it seems all is returning to normal, maybe, more or less.  Nevertheless, this is what I am interested in most.  That is, when there is a glitch in various magnetic signatures (if you will) and its duration and whether there is any follow-on severe weather elsewhere.  I will re-check it all again a little later this evening. 

So say hello, if you interested to hear more or relay your own ideas on the matter.  :)